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MESA requests license to operate in Oporto, Beja and Faro

MESA requests license to operate in Oporto, Beja and Faro

25 February, 2016

MESA applied the Portuguese Authority for Civil Aviation (ANAC) for licensure to deliver its services at Francisco de Sá Carneiro Airport (OPO/LPPR), in Oporto; at Beja International Airport, in Alentejo; and at Faro Airport (FAO/LPFR) in Algarve.

The company seeks ANAC’s approval to extend its offer of comprehensive line maintenance support, which has been available in Lisbon for more than ten years, to all airports in mainland Portugal. This licensing application is in line with MESA’s efforts to deliver its expertise and responsive solutions to new locations, for the convenience of its customers.

Mesa is an aircraft line maintenance provider based in Portugal, EASA Part 145 Maintenance Organization, approved under Portuguese Authorities Certificate PT.145.020, oriented to perform line maintenance worldwide on Airbus A310, A319, A320, A321, A330 and A340. Mesa’s main facilities are located at Lisbon International Airport. The Company, chaired by Paulo Mirpuri, has several Maintenance Stations around the world, all aimed to temporarily support the Customer’s need for Line Maintenance Services at a specific place.

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